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Anime enthusiasts dressed as their favorite characters flocked to the island this weekend for the annual Oni-Con anime and Japanese pop culture convention at the Galveston Island Convention Center.  The three-day convention brings artists, creators and vendors together with fans and features…

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Over 100 participating artists from across the U.S. showcase their work to thousands of attendees in Galveston's 21st annual ARToberFEST. Several forms of art line Postoffice Street for all types of art connoisseurs. The $5 benefits the Educational Outreach Programs of The Grand 1894 Opera House.

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The Houston Astros season came to an end Thursday night as they fell 4-1 to the Boston Red Sox in Game 5 of the American League Championship Series.

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The Boston Red Sox emerged victorious over the Houston Astros in a four hour and thirty three minute slug fest that saw 14 runs on 24 hits stretch into early Thursday morning. With the win in Game 4 the Red Sox are on the verge of eliminating the Astros and clinching the best of seven Americ…

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On Friday night, Clear Brook and Clear Springs fans and students alike gathered at Challenger Columbia Stadium to break the Guinness World Record for most people to participate in a stop, drop and roll demonstration. 1,989 people broke the record of 1,719 previously held by a group in Indian…

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The Friendswood Mustangs placed their undefeated record on the line against Foster at Henry Winston Stadium in Friendswood on Friday, Oct. 12, 2018. Foster  came away with the win 28-20. 

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Galveston surfers take advantage of abnormally large waves and clean surf on Wednesday afternoon. The tide will remain high as Hurricane Michael hits Florida's panhandle. However, conditions are expected to normalize on Thursday.